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This tutorial shows you how to set up Microsoft Outlook 2010 to work with your e-mail account with NameHOG. This tutorial focuses on setting up Microsoft Outlook 2010, but these settings are similar in other versions of Microsoft Outlook between 2003 and 2010. You can set up previous versions of Microsoft Outlook by using the settings in this tutorial or selecting the correct one from the previous page. To Set Up Your E-mail Account follow the steps below.


For the purposes of this example, where it mentions yourdomainname.com, or any data in field names which are mentioned below, use your own information. The youdomainname.com should be replaced literally with the domain name you have setup with us, eg mywebsite.co.uk or abctoys123.com etc.


1. In Outlook 2010, from select the File menu...


2. From the File, Info menu item, select the Add Account button...



3. On this screen, fill in Your Name with your full name as you would like it displayed, your email address as setup within CPanel and your password for that email account.



4. Staying on the same screen as in step 3, check the box that says "manually configure server settings or additional server types", it is very importany that you tick this box. Then click Next.



5. You will now be presented with a choise or E-mail service, you need to select "Internet E-mail", then click on Next at the bottom of that screen.



6. You now need to fill in your account information,


Your name: Ensure you type your full name
Email Address: this is the email address as previously used in step 3
Account Type: make sure you select POP3
Incoming mail server: type in this box, mail.yourdomainname.com
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type in this box, mail.yourdomainname.com
User Name: this is your email address as per the other box
Password: this is the password that relates to the email account setup within CPanel


We advise that you select the "Remember Password" box, then click the More Settings button which will pop up a smaller screen.



7. On the popup screen that you can now see, you need to type your email address in the Reply E-mail address field. This is important. You need to then click on the Advanced tab.



8. On the advanced tab you need to make a small change, where it says 25 under Outgoing server SMTP, you need to change it to say 26 instead. Once you have done this, click on OK.



9. You will now see the below screen, just click on Next...



10. You will now hopefully see a screen saying that you have successfully configured your mail account, you just need to click on Finish.



11. You will now see this screen listing your email accounts.



12. Your account is now setup and ready to use. If you have multiple accounts, please repeat steps 1 through to 10 with the other account information.


13. If you have followed this guide exactly as above and NOT checked any other extra tick boxes etc, and also set an account up within your CPanel, we guarantee your email will work 100% fine with no trouble.


Still unable to collect or configure your email?

If you're having problems collecting or configuring your email client, or you need more assistance please Contact Us but please ensure you have tried all of the above first.


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